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36hp Magnesium Chem. Treatment For VW Engs.   Price: ***see ad***
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I have had numerous requests to offer this service to people who DO NOT want to spend mega $$ on my engine/transmission restorations but still want to have that million dollar NOS/New look.

This process is a chem. dye penetrant treatment that protects the magnesiums delicate exterior surface against the elements such as corrosion and oxidation (white chalky film). This is a process that duplicates what was done by the factory AFTER the magnesium parts were cast. This is a "sacrificial" coating / treatment. It is NOT a paint, varnish nor anything that can put on at home!! Dont ask me how its done. I'm not a chemist by any means. This finish will NOT wash off with laquer thinner, paint remover, gasoline, alcohol nor beer!!

CAUTION/ATTENTION!!:BEWARE OF BLOCKS THAT HAVE BEEN SPRAY PAINTED OR "COATED" GOLD!!!! NOT ONLY IS THIS HARMFUL TO THE ENGINE AS IT "SEALS" THE MAGNESIUM PORES, IT WILL CAUSE THE ENGINE TO RUN EXTREMELY HOT AND FAIL PREMATURELY. BESIDES, ANYTHING ELSE WILL CHIP AND WILL WASH OFF WHEN FUEL COMES IN CONTACT AND LOOK TERRIBLE :-(

After testing and trying out different methods for years, trying to duplicate the factory's original finish, I have finally got it! Due the variable alloys mixed within the magnesium when cast, each block comes out different shades. Dont let ANYONE try to convince you this finish is incorrect. The people that say this finish is incorrect are the people that ALREADY BUILT their engines / transmissions without it!!! Too bad.. :-( This is the exterior finish that show car judges are now looking for on all magnesium VW / Pre-A 2pc. 356 engine blocks and all VW / 519 Porsche splitcase transmission housings. See photos. DO NOT restore your precious VW / 356 Pre-A 2pc. engines or VW / Porsche 519 transmissions without this finish! Very important!!

Turn-around time is approx. 5 days after I receive your parts.

FYI: I can do all your necessary 36hp machine work such as: line-bore main bearing saddles and supply hard to find line-bore main bearings, surface / open cylinder decks, drill & tap all oil galleys for 100% positive cleaning.

I also have all the ORIGINAL block perimeter nuts/bolts/washers, thru bolts, cam plug, studs that have the Black Oxide treatment so you will have that NOS look!

Please send me an email for pricing / shipping / info. if you wish to take your VW / Porsche restoration to the next level. I ship worldwide also! Email: [email protected]

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